08:03 PM EDT 04/07/2014
Originally posted 04/04/2014 12:15PM
With March Madness whittling down to its Final Four (Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky and Wisconsin, for those just tuning in now), sports fans have moved from cheering on the success of their own brackets to rooting for their favorites of the quartet of teams remaining. Celebrities are no different. Though Louisville's own Jennifer Lawrence may be left without a team to root for, other members of the A-list have fared far luckier.
From former athletes to proud graduates to bandwagoners, let's run down the stars cheering for each Final Four team during the 2014 tournament.
Originally posted 03/21/2014 03:15PM
The much buzzed-about film adaptation of Veronica Roth's literary series, Divergent, hits theaters this weekend with a new bevy of tough women who kick butt.
Originally posted 11/14/2013 06:30PM
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti says doctors have told him he can no longer race because of injuries from an IndyCar crash last month.
Franchitti fractured his spine, broke his right ankle and suffered a concussion in the Oct. 6 crash at Houston. The accident occurred on the last lap, when his car made contact with another car and went sailing into a fence.
The 40-year-old underwent two surgeries on his ankle and recently returned home to Scotland to recover.
Franchitti Tweeted a statement on Thursday, calling it "a sad day but I'm eternally grateful."
Originally posted 11/13/2013 01:30PM
Originally posted 02/02/2013 03:00PM
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Originally posted 02/01/2013 04:00PM
In the fast and dangerous sport of IndyCar racing, Dario Franchitti could always take comfort in knowing his biggest fan would be waiting for him at the finish line in her signature floppy hat and movie star smile.
Wife Ashley Judd's devotion was never more public than when Franchitti won his first of three Indianapolis 500s on a rain-soaked day in 2007 as she danced and ran down the raceway to celebrate.
"When he was introduced, or got a good pole position she yelled and waved her hands in the air and was there to support him in a big way," a source at another track, Watkins Glen International raceway in New York, tells PEOPLE. "He is not that outgoing but it seemed cute and like a nice thing for a high-profile actress to be so there for her husband."
Originally posted 01/29/2013 08:05PM
Ashley Judd and Dario Franchitti are splitting after more than a decade of marriage.
"We have mutually decided to end our marriage. We'll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed," Judd, 44, and Franchitti, 39, tell PEOPLE exclusively in a statement on Tuesday.
After being engaged for about two years, the Missing star and the racecar driver tied the knot in a highly private ceremony in Scotland in 2001.
Originally posted 05/29/2012 02:00PM
After winning this third Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, Dario Franchitti celebrated with his family – including his dogs.
The Italian champ posed for photos along the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with wife Ashley Judd and their two cockapoos, Buttermilk and Shug, who have also helped dad mark his accomplishment in the past.
But despite being repeat visitors to Indiana's capital, the pups still managed to live it up.
Originally posted 05/06/2012 09:00AM
When Ashley Judd heard about an animal abuse case involving a dog getting thrown out of a moving car window, she took it personally.
The Tennessee-based actress first called Snooty Giggles, the rescue organization that took the dog into its care, then the local clinic where the dog ended up, Animalia Health & Wellness for Animals. She said she wanted to visit the approximately 5-year-old cockapoo, who had been named Walter after the councilman who helped find care for the dog.
Originally posted 04/12/2012 07:55AM
Ashley Judd says the generally horrified reaction last month to her puffy face, caused by the medication she was taking for a sinus infection, is a sad commentary on our society's obsession with appearance.
"I think it's hatred of women that invites the criticism," the Missing actress, 43, said Wednesday on NBC's Nightly News, with additional comments on Thursday's Today show. "I think it's the objectification of girls and women and this hypersexualization of our society that invites the criticism."
She added: "It doesn't have anything to do with me, really, and how I look."
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